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of the Dog in the Night-Time.

In­ter­est­ingly, it rep­re­sents a sim­i­lar move to twin brother, Harry, who’s re­cently had great suc­cess in an­other Sky show, Penny Dread­ful, and with whom Luke has starred on sev­eral oc­ca­sions.

In fact, the pair made their movie de­but to­gether in 2005’s Broth­ers of the Head, play­ing con­joined rock star twins who share a kiss – a scene we’ve re-watched so many times we al­most broke the in­ter­net.

Not that Luke is too keen to talk about his twin, de­mand­ing to move onto an­other sub­ject when we ask about them work­ing to­gether again, although he does ad­mit he’d be up for it, in the­ory.

“I think if it ever does come round again then I’d look at it in the same way that I’d look at any part, but I wouldn’t do some­thing with him just BE­CAUSE it was with him,” he ex­plains, “and nor would I avoid it. I think he’s a good ac­tor and if there’s a good project for us both to do at some point then I’m sure it’ll hap­pen, but it’s not some­thing I spend much of my time think­ing about.”

That may be partly be­cause time is some­thing Luke prob­a­bly doesn’t have much of. For­ti­tude de­buted on Sky At­lantic less than a month af­ter his film Un­bro­ken – the An­gelina Jolie di­rected POW drama, for which Luke was hand-picked by Mrs Pitt her­self – hit cinema screens around the globe.

Be­tween theatre, TV and movies, Luke re­ally is hav­ing it all. And, even though we ogle pretty much all of him in For­ti­tude, we think we’re go­ing to see a heck of a lot more in the next few years.

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